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intentionally slammed his car into another after drying on the highway. in fact, investigators are calling this a case of road rage. >> anchor: those around the only charge that's man is faying faying. we want to get how live to kelly o'hara in foxboro with the break breaking details of kelly? >> reporter: good afternoon. that man facing a litany of charges. troopers saying moles ago road rage is oh blame for this deadly wreck that happened this morning on 495 that really shut down one of the on ramps for hours. they tell us that a 67-year-old norton man was driving drunk, got in a fight with another driver on the highway. they pulled off to the on ramp and they say that's when that collision occurred. now troopers tell us that the norton man hit that utility truck it. rolled over and in the process killing one man and seriously injuring another. that passenger right now at a hospital in critical condition fighting for his life. fire fighters that we spoke to earlier they scene saying accidents like this are really a tough part of the job.
stressful situations get to a certain point we are mechanism mechanisms in place to take care of them but i guess the unfortunate and sad reality is for people in public safety, this is a routine emergency. >> reporter: that norton man is right behind me. we're told after he allegedly hit that utility truck are he took off and started headed to his house. we're told troopers saw him on the row, pulled him over and arrested him. he is right behind me held on about $200,000 bail facing a lot of serious charges and i will northbound court first thing tomorrow morning. if foxboro this afternoon, kelly o'hara, 7 news . breaking news. patriots running back deion lewis is done for the season. lewis was injured on a play during yes's game at gillette. his breakout season now cut short by an acl tear . >> anchor: pats are 8 and 0 but this is a big loss. 7's sports director joe amorsino joins us with more on what this means for team . >> reporter: you might not have known his name when
this summer but dion lewis announced his presence in a big way paying a by impact on the patriots offense birdie he has played his last down this year. the versatile running done with a torn acl. lewis suffered the injury in the over washington. the pats have been holding out hope it was just an mcl strain but that's not the case for the 25-year-old who averaged 4.8 yards per carry, ran for two scores and caught 36 passes for 3 8 yards and two more touchdowns earning himself a two year contract extension last month. now with lewis gone, the patriots could turn to second year man james white to play a bigger role or even resign another versatile running back t tavaris cadet who they cut in late september. reporting live, joe amorsino, 7 news . >> anchor: now it a story you saw first on 7, a chemical scare at a school sending dozens of students to the hospital. it happened at the boston arts academy. fire fighters say students were exposed to hydrochloric acid prompting an evacuation. dan house lehas a look at what
happened. >> reporter: fire trucks and ambulances line the street outside the city's hearts high school after more than two dozen students complained they were sickened by acid fumes in a classroom . we had 17 students complain complaining of some symptoms, yes, like headache, nausea . >> reporter: anybody transported . >> reporter: . yes, more overcaution than anything else, yes . >> reporter: investigators say the came from hydrochloric acid used in a classroom. something apparently went wrong with the equipment used to handle the acid . it was in some type of vented machine and y it does all vent but for some reason when they opened it up there was residue still left and sole of the kids felt that they were exposed to it . >> reporter: in the especially 25 or more students affected, mostly from the one classroom were led off to ambulancens and taken to boston's children's hospital to be checked out. they appeared to be in good spirits. a teacher says the emergency was handled well. i was not evacuated. it looks like it was all under control.
woe vice president been told what exactly happened yet but everything was going as standard day would go. all the students were expected to be treated and investigation continuing into what caused that equipment to hydrochloric acid fumes come into the room. in boston, dan hausle, 7 news. a developing story at the university of missouri. the president of the school stepping down amid racial tension on campus. a number of groups call for his dismissal. members of the football team even walked off the field refus refusing to play unless changes were made. gray with more on the fallout. we want liberation! >> reporter: a celebration after weeks of confrontation on the university of missouri campus as embattled university system president tim wolf steps down . i am resigning as president of the university of missouri system. news of the resignation spread quickly across the campus . i think it was a long time
overdue. i think there has been a lot of racial tensions and i'm glad something is finally done. >> reporter: students an faculty were angry after they say wolf failed to react quickly or strongly enough to alleged acts of racism on campus of the school's football team threat threatened to boycott saturday's good morning the students staged sit ins and a graduate student was on the eighth day of a hung resignation. this is a movement and not a moment. >> reporter: minority students say they have been metty petedly with airline racially charged epithets on campus and last mob a swastika smeared in human fees was left on a dorm wall . a lot of people have been shocked and surprised, you know, that is still going on and i don't think it is for us or anybody to question what the students say that they are going through . please, please, use this resignation to heal, not to hate
and let's move forward together for a writter tomorrow. >> reporter: a divided campus now serving for a way to heal. missouri >> anchor: 7 news turning to the forecast. gorgeous fall day out sigh. cool, crisp, temperatures across the state. there is some wet weather on the way. chief meteorologist pete bouchard is here with the forecast . yeah, we're watching that in the deep south right now. 5 in town for a high temperature today. not bad, not bad indeed. still above normal. 60 we made it in norwood and also in providence. 54 in worcester now settling back into the mid 50's and upper 50's as well. skies remain essentially clear, although some clouds starting to move in now from the southwest watching that little band of rain of let's expand on this to see a storm now with a couple of channels of moisture coming in from the atlantic and gulf of mexico. so we have a pretty sizable bed of rain here that will sweep into new england. also tropical storm kate as she comes into the bahamas was formed late last night and winds
not a worry for us but it may impart more moisture to this weather system so we're going to get some rain here and it's not looking like flooding rain but a good dose of it. showers arrive late tomorrow and raw on wednesday. gusty, coastal winds from that low pressure system offshore. not from kate by the way. it looks like the temperatures will be setback a little bit too too. it may go below normal for a imagine that. we'll have the latest on thatted a look into the rest of the workweek ahead . >> anchor: we're following more news today a curry college student faces a judge on gun charges. police say they fund a gun, ammunition and drugs in darius's room. safety officers arrested the 18 18-year-old on friday. he is being held on $10,000 cash bail and has been ordered to stay away from that school. officers say they found the weapon during a college wide search after a theft on cap pus. now according to his lawyer, he has withdrawn interest curry school officials say there is no . >> anchor: one person is dead and two others hurt following a shooting near new york city's penn station.
the victims were rushed to a hospital in serious condition. police haven't arrested anyone, but they are looking for a vehicle in connection to the shooting. of course penn station is a popular train and subway station . >> anchor: investigators still working to solve a midair crashed killing everyone on board. the f.b.i. is now offering to help out on that case. u.s. officials are growing more and more confident that a bomb took down that plane last week. investigators in egypt are not convinced. officials there continue to deny allegations of lacks university at the airport where the plan took off. now investigators are searching sand from the site for evidence of explosive residue. >> anchor: two americans shot and kill during an attack today at a police training center in jordan, two other americans are hurt. police say the gunman was a former member of jordan's police force who was recently fired. he was either killed by return fire or took his own life. the facility where the attack happened is used to train iraqi police officers.
president obama and israeli primaries netanyahu. it was their first face to face since the iran nuclear deal. netanyahu is a critic of the deal. but the president sawed they have a common goal to make sure iran does not get nuclear weapons. two leaders also discussed the ongoing war situation in syria and recent violence by palestinians against israeli citizens. president obama condemning those attacks. >> anchor: now to the race for the white house. hillary clinton making moves in filing for the new hampshire primary today. the former secretary of state signed a form declaring her candidacy and paying the $1,000 filing fee. this kicked off a two day visit to new hampshire where she will appear at a few different events events. >> anchor: the republican candidates for governor are locking in for tomorrow night's debate. of course for president. excuse me there. these candidates are expected once again it take on questions and this time the issues are supposed to be the economy and the keystone xl pipe line.
retired now oh surgeon ben car carson has been surging in polls polls. new poll from south carolina in fact has him tied for first place with businessman donald trump . >> anchor: still ahead a sexting scandal. a school school system rocked by a dangerous game. how hidden apps could have covered the whole thing up . >> anchor: who did it better? jadiann thompson take on an hgtv star at a local firehouse and you get to be the judge . >> anchor: at 4:30 replicas rejected. a new rule about toy guns yale at keeping kids safe in boston . >> anchor: a dangerous move. a tailgator terrorizing a fellow driver in new hampshire. then wrecks the vehicle. it's all caught on camera. we have all of that and much more coming up on monday on 7 news. >> reporter: dance high school sports. what if there were a way to detect head trauma moments after injury? the new test developed in massachusetts that may put
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were accused of trading nude and exmrs. its photographs like baseball cards . they got to the point of maybe a little bit of a contest to see who could collect the most . >> anchor: many wonder how many so many parents couldn't have known. calculator. >> anchor: it works like any other until you put in a secret . ghost apps, hidden apps, they are everywhere . >> anchor: many parents dent . the apps are specifically designed to hide things from . >> anchor: in 2012 found more than 70% of teens have hidden on likking a tasty from parent . a father wept so hard and thought he was a failure because he just could not believe his 12 12-year-old daughter would be sending out inappropriate naked pictures of herself . >> anchor: it's not just colorado. last week there were senting scandals in pennsylvania, ohio and atennessee . there isn't a school in the
point that hasn't had some point . do? experts say check out any new ap apps, especially those that have access to phone's camera. look for redunndowny like two calculators on a phone or use parental control so you have control over was downloaded. pass more than anything start a conversation . the big message for kids here is you think something may just disappear on-line. but it doesn't. it's permanent. it can come back to haunt you. >> anchor: this colorado those teens could face child pornography charges that. would mean having to register as a sex offender for the rest of their lives. >> anchor: coming up on 7 news, jadiann thompson taking on a firehouse challenge so who did it better? you decide. pete? >> anchor: rang a linkling. our forecast is looking a little wet for a change and also getting colder. details are ahead . >> anchor: a murder scene un uncovered in lynn. the disturbing details the a . >> anchor: all new at 5:00, the earth opens outside a restaurant restaurant.
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buy. there. fenway park beautiful shot there with the sun going down . >> anchor: it's gorgeous and boy, i could just take the sun every day, pete. can you deliver or are you going to talk storms now are you? >> reporter: i have to talk about the rain to come and this is the cloudiest month of the year by the way. so we've done pretty well for the first nine days of november. all right, boston at 58 degrees. our dew point reading about 30. a southwest breeze at 11 miles per hour. let's go around the horn and see the term up through swampscott and back into lexington and back into wayland too. dedham at 57.
ready. 57 in boxford now. about 5 in rockport and also up into westford. 51 in fitchburg already cooling down to 53 in auburn and through the south shore middle 50's and out through the cape middle 50's as well. so the clouds creeping up us as we go through the night tonight. they are moving in from the south. you can see the rain through washington, d.c. already. the weather models are having a tough time with this. a lot of it just plus the rain right into our doorstep tomorrow afternoon. i am obliged to agree with that. it looks like unstoppable force here and it's moving northbound at a pretty good clip. one of the maps sends it offshore. tomorrow afternoon. tropical connection to this weather system i think we'll deal with showers tomorrow. temperatures by morning, falling back into the 30's. in fact they fall quickly tonight and then they level off though clouds move. in a decent jump tomorrow and i think we'll still get into the mid and upper 50's even with the winds moving in.
we don't have the rain settling in until the afternoon. if we had rain coming in earlier our temperatures would be sunk back into the lower 50's so that's webs's forecast by the way if we even make 50. a lot of water here. you can see the rain through washington, d.c. down into the deep south and these are pretty decent downpours now. of course kate coming into picture. kate will kind of get absorbed into this weather system but off so it's not a collision and movement into new england. that would spare us inches of rain of kate with winds to 45 miles per hour moving northwest to 14 taking that track out of the open atlantic here and around bermuda on wednesday so doesn't look like it's going to be a huge deal but learn attached to kate is for us as it sweeps through with its rain all told i think we can get a good half inch of rain, maybe even a little bit more in some spots going through wednesday. unfortunately veteran's day does look raw. that temperature and that day really kind of sunk for us. here is the rain tore tomorrow
as it sweeps in then it kind lingers into wednesday morning. there is hope maybe we can clear out or at least break up some of the rain for wednesday afternoon afternoon. clear start, clouds roll in, 34 to 46 and tomorrow clouding over a few late showers, 55 to 5 . only in the 40's. starts in the 40's, end in the 40's despite the fact that the afternoon dries out. day. it is a little bit colder than normal for a change. see you in a bit. >> anchor: thank you, pete let's go outside and get a check of traffic. joe staple ton is covering that for us. see something that looks like it might be slowing things down . >> reporter: there is a them right now along route 1 northbound a car and a truck involved with a crash here over on the side of the highway of route 1 just before the lynnfield tunnel. that's what's pushing traffic all the way back to the spot right back beyond the lynn fellows parkway. good news there though, no one hurt first off then secondly it should be gone relatively soon. it should make your way on route 1 north making your way westbound on mass pike lots of company out by exit 17. it looks tough here.
stays heavy in fact. out past 128 but after that moving pretty well out through the framingham section then making your way here southbound on the expressway. brake lights down by freeport street but no breakdowns are crashes ahead. joe staple ton, 7 news . >> anchor: it's time for who did it better . today we head to boston's engine four for a fire fighter challenge. don't forget you decide who did it better. >> reporter: things heat up this week as we head to an gin 4 on beacon hill. i don't know if you have seen this guy, but this is chris land landon from hgtv . i will do it bet they are week . >> reporter: i got you this week. the challenge this slide down the firehouse pole and put on gear worn by boston fire fighters . >> anchor: what makes you think you can do it better . i have a height advantage today . >> reporter: i and a little bit afraid of this, so we'll see what happens. since chris had the height advantage i decided to level the
i will but these over here. hey, chris! did i tell you i'm scared of heights? >> reporter: he is already w wing sweat off his brow. i am kind scared for him. 3, 2, 1 go! that was good . >> reporter: get your boots. you -- i don't need my . . . >> reporter: a feel a little bad but i'm afraid he will do . >> reporter: i have to put suspended on before the coat. time. >> reporter: while i made my way upstairs chris got his revenge. try putting on boots now. oh that was really good. >> reporter: who put this stuff in my shoe? the first barefoot fire
>> reporter: you said you didn't do anything . i said i didn't move anything. let's go! save some lives . it's backwards. not time yet. i think boston is in safe hands right now with us. >> reporter: no, they are not. in the tend it took chris a total of 54 seconds to complete the challenge. i finished in just 38 seconds. a great competition. i am still shaking. you want to like run it off? . shouldn't we walk a . . >> anchor: up to you to decide who did it better. you can head to our web site for that and vote and we'll have a.m. >> anchor: up next on 7 news at 4:30 a disturbing crime scene un uncord in lynn of a murder suspect facing a judge . >> anchor: a jaw dropping encounter. wildlife officials go head to . >> anchor: coming up all new at
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holiday cup. >> anchor: a man if lynn accused of killing a woman in her own apartment last night. list say when they entered the watching tv . >> anchor: today he face a judge on murder charges. steve cooper live in lynn with these disturbing detail. coop? >> reporter: ryan, they are pretty disturbing. restill shaking their heads tonight this disbelief. it all happened inside an apartment here. investigators have come and gone from the scene but neighbors here tonight again are just so surprised by some of the details details. prosecutors say this suspect had aivic history of domestic violence. tonight his girlfriend is dead he is charged with her murder. 44-year-old james woodbury